Capt. Andrew Haldane

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Scott Gibson (Capt. Andrew Haldane)

Capt. Andrew Haldane, the son of Scottish immigrants, was captain of the Bowdoin College football team before joining the Marine Corps, where he earned the Silver Star. Known as “Ack-Ack” among his men, Haldane commanded 235 men in K company of the 3rd Battalion, Fifth Marines, where his spirited leadership was widely respected by the troops. In Haldane's honor, Bowdoin College has established an award and a scholorship for student leadership in public service.

Scott Gibson (Capt. Haldane) first studied acting at the University of Western Ontario, followed by a classical acting diploma from the prestigious London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts. His film credits include "Lucky Number Slevin," "The Skulls," "Breach" and "The Sentinel." Gibson has been seen on TV in the miniseries "Nuremberg," the movies "13th Mission," "Black Iris," "The Color of Justice" and "Any Mother's Son," and series such as "Due South," "Road to Avonlea," "Kevin Hill" and "Total Recall."